Funded by the EU4Health Programme, the AMR EDUCare project is developing educational materials and training for health professionals.
Funded by the EU4Health Programme, the AMR EDUCare project is developing educational materials and training for health professionals to reduce the spread of and exposure to antimicrobial resistance, focusing on optimizing antimicrobial prescribing and managing antimicrobial waste.
The unique teaching methodology of the AMR-EDUCare project integrates clinical and technical topics with soft skills, such as effective patient communication, digital skills, and behaviour change interventions.
The educational materials will be accessible on the Lecturio platform, which uses cognitive science and neuroscience results to provide cutting-edge education.
Each educational video will be accompanied by recall quizzes to actively engage learners, while the spaced repetition algorithm allows learners to commit the knowledge to their long-term memory.
With spaced repetition, we can remember more of what we learn. It is an evidence-based learning memory technique that involves reviewing and recalling information at optimal spacing intervals until it is sufficiently recorded in the brain.
ECHAlliance supports the dissemination of the project results and takes part in the sustainability work, developing the business model for the course, to ensure that it’s uptaken after the project ends.
If you want to stay informed about course development and availability, please visit the project website and subscribe to the project newsletter: www.amreducare.eu/newsletters-sign-up/